It is safe for all stones to be cleaned with dishwasher detergent, however, the heat in the dishwasher can cause damage to some of the softer gemstones. If you are ever unsure whether or not a stone that you own is safe to place in the dishwasher, please contact us.
Stones that CAN be placed in the Jeweler in the Dishwasher:
Diamonds, rubies,sapphires, faceted synthetic birthstones, moissanite, and cubic zirconia..
Stones that CANNOT be placed in Jeweler in the Dishwasher: genuine amethyst, genuine emerald, cameo, chalcedony, chrysoprase, coral, foilback stones, hematite, jasper, lapis, masonic, moonstone, marcasite, malachite, onyx, opals, pearls, tanzanite, tigereye, turquoise or any stones that are glued in. Do not place enameled jewelry in the Jeweler in the Dishwasher.
Keep in mind that there are so many stones on the market, it is impossible to list every stone that cannot take heat. Therefore, contact us before placing any ring or earring in the dishwasher that contains a stone not seen in either of the above lists of stones.
Be sure to have your rings and earrings inspected by your jeweler before placing jewelry in Jeweler in the Dishwasher to be sure all stones are secure in the mounting. All jewelry should be inspected every six months if worn daily.
Jeweler in the Dishwasher accepts no liability for any damage that may be caused to stones or mountings during or after the cleaning process.
Jeweler in the Dishwasher accepts no liability should the unit become displaced during the cleaning process resulting in damage to the dishwasher, plumbing, or jewelry.
Jeweler in the Dishwasher accepts no liability for any stones that may become dislodged, or lost during the cleaning process.
Keep Jeweler in the Dishwasher out of reach of children as it may be a choking hazard.